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Can I Trust You?

Trust CSAP (the Common Security Architecture for Production) is a Zero Trust architecture but to understand zero-trust, we must first have a common understanding of what “trust” means. OK, so if we take the phrase...

From Script to Data – Part 2

Introduction to Part 2 This is the second part of our blog series “From Script to Data”, which shows how to use the Ontology for Media Creation to improve communication and automation in the production process. Part 1...

Releasing Version 1.2 of CSAP Parts 1 to 3

Today we are releasing updates to the following parts of the Common Security Architecture for Production (CSAP): CSAP Part 1: Architecture (v1.2) CSAP Part 2: Interfaces (v1.2) CSAP Part 3: Security Levels (v1.2) These...

AWS Blog Series on Mapping CSAP to AWS Services

AWS have been publishing a series on how CSAP can be applied to an AWS account.  The posts are all hosted at the AWS Media & Entertainment blog (https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/media/) but for ease of reference you...

From Script to Data – Part 1

1 Introduction The script provides the narrative of a movie – its characters, plot, locations, necessary props, and more – but it doesn’t tell you how to turn it into a finished product, which is both a creative...

PSST…I have to tell you something – Part 2

In the first part of this blog series we discussed the benefits of using messaging systems for communication among the systems and participants in production workflows, especially those spanning clouds or...